Posted by Royce Young
Maybe it's just Mario Chalmers' shot.
For the second time this series, Chalmers nailed a half court shot to end the first quarter. This one though, unlike Game 3's, was entirely legal.
The interesting thing about it is that Chalmers' shot gave the Heat their first 30-point quarter since Game 5 of the Boston series. That's 24 quarters that have passed since it happened, and it took a miracle 3 from Chalmers to get it done in this one. Pretty crazy.
Also pretty crazy: How good Chalmers evidently is at this shot.
Video: Chalmers drills halfcourter in Game 5
Posted on: June 9, 2011 9:53 pm
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